Samsung has officially confirmed that it will launch its new flagship smartphone series, the Galaxy S24, at an Unpacked event on January 18, 2024. The event will be held in San Francisco, USA, and will be broadcast online for global viewers.
The Galaxy S24 series launch date validates the previous rumors that Samsung is advancing its release schedule by a month, as it usually unveils its S-series phones in February. The motive for this shift is not known, but some suggest that Samsung wants to avoid competing with other brands that introduce their devices at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in late February.
The Galaxy S24 series is anticipated to be a significant improvement over the Galaxy S23 series, which was released in February 2023. According to leaks and reports, the Galaxy S24 series will feature a new design, a faster processor, a better camera system, and a larger battery. The Galaxy S24 series will also be the first Samsung phone series to support the new Android 14 operating system.
Samsung has not disclosed any details about the Galaxy S24 series’ specifications, price, or availability, but it is likely that the phone series will go on sale shortly after the Unpacked event. The Galaxy S24 series will compete with other flagship phone series such as the iPhone 15, and the Google Pixel 8.